Col. Richard Scheuring, DO, MS, RMSK, FAsMA gives several examples of the extraordinary utilization of point-of-care ultrasound in novel environments. He reviews examples of injuries and medical applications in combat zones, space, and astronaut training. This webinar emphasizes the portability and durability of Sonosite point-of-care ultrasound systems; this is the only imaging device that can practically be used in space flight.
Watch on-demand subject-expert webinars that describe point-of-care ultrasound best practices, techniques, and common scanning pitfalls.
All webinars are in English.
- All Items
- EMS/Air Med/Ambulance
- Internal Medicine
- Medical Education
- Pain Mgmt (Anesthesia)
- Pain Mgmt (Physiatry)
- Physical Med & Rehab
- Sports Medicine
- Surgery (General)
In this webinar, we will cover this shoulder anatomy:
Rotator cuff interval
Dynamic maneuvers of the shoulder
Daniel Shelton is the Director of MSK Market Development, with 16 years of experience as an MSK sonographer.
Bill Medford is the Lead MSK Specialist, with 40 years of experience as a sonographer and 22 years of experience as an MSK sonographer.
Dr. Daniel G. Malone is a Board Certified Internist and Rheumatologist with a special interest in musculoskeletal ultrasound, which he has been utilizing in his practice for 7 years, and he is on the faculty of several ultrasound schools. Dr. Malone now practices in Beaver Dam, WI at Excel Orthopedics, and in addition to general rheumatology services and evaluation and treatment for osteoporosis, he also offers ultrasound diagnostics, precision ultrasound-guided procedures and new forms of regenerative therapy, including platelet-rich plasma.
Tariq Awan, D.O., Primary Care Sports Medicine Physician and Assistant Professor for the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Michigan presents Ultrasound-Guided Shoulder Injections. In this webinar, Dr. Awan briefly discusses anisotropy and reviews injections of the biceps tendon sheath, subacromial/subdeltoid bursa, posterior glenohumeral joint, and acromioclavicular joint.